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    Quote Originally Posted by ~ILoveMyBunny~ View Post
    You think that's bad? Pixel has taken to using his water bowl!
    Oh dear, I dont feel so bad now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthbert&Dillon View Post
    PS Megazorb is relatively cheap and makes very good, absorbent layer. It can go over layer of newspaper and then a thick layer of hay goes over that.
    I will look up Megazorb - thank you [/QUOTE]


    Megazorb is great, however I personally don't like the smell indoors... For outdoors it was fab though - I use fitch bedding indoors it's like carefresh and Megazorb but cheaper than carefresh and less stinky than Megazorb haha some people don't have an issue with the smell tho x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthbert&Dillon View Post
    Why would Cuthbert have suddenly started to piddle in his pellets! - that boy is bonkers!!!

    He has a perfectly good litter tray and then a tiny 3 inch bowl for pellets.

    Yes, it happens!! Not fair on the bunnies who share the bowl.

    Solution - smaller bowl - harder to aim correctly
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    Actually just remembered Clementine started peeing in her food when she was like 16 weeks old... I moved the food and put the litter tray there and everything was fine - she'd early decided that space was the toilet haha maybe it's similar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    I will look up Megazorb - thank you

    Megazorb is great, however I personally don't like the smell indoors... For outdoors it was fab though - I use fitch bedding indoors it's like carefresh and Megazorb but cheaper than carefresh and less stinky than Megazorb haha some people don't have an issue with the smell tho x

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    Yes, I agree with you about the smell - I'd forgotten how horrible it was when it was open in my hall until someone could carry it through to the garage.

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    What about scatter feeding them their pellets? - just a thought.

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    I use the recycled paper pellets. No smell at all. I do a layer of pellets then newspaper with hay one end and more pellets on the other end then just pick up the paper and chuck it when dirty. I do her tray twice a day and there's no smell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babsie View Post
    Megazorb is great, however I personally don't like the smell indoors... For outdoors it was fab though - I use fitch bedding indoors it's like carefresh and Megazorb but cheaper than carefresh and less stinky than Megazorb haha some people don't have an issue with the smell tho x

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    Yes, I agree with you about the smell - I'd forgotten how horrible it was when it was open in my hall until someone could carry it through to the garage.[/QUOTE]


    Yea I bought a big bag and was using it for outside hutches litter trays and I was like this stuffs great! Because it is, but then I decided to use it inside aswell and I just couldn't deal with it. Fitch stuff has no scent it's just slightly bigger pieces than the Megazorb or what I also like are the paper litter pellets they sell them in pets at home I forget their name though x

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    Last edited by Graciee; 21-12-2017 at 08:10 PM.

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    Thank you - hay and newspaper in the litter trays and that seems (fingers crossed) to be that! - however i will let you know after a day or two of the new regime.

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